In the world of digital design and manufacturing, single-line fonts, also known as engraving fonts, technical lettering fonts, or pen plotter fonts, have emerged as an essential tool for a specific purpose. These fonts diverge from the traditional outline or fill fonts, as they are designed with a single continuous line. Widely employed in CNC machining, laser cutting, and pen plotters, these fonts offer unique benefits that set them apart from their traditional counterparts.
Valentina 0.7.53 introduces a dark mode feature, which was a highly requested enhancement. The implementation involved customizing the user interface, incorporating built-in icon themes for Windows and macOS, and building a custom system to adapt the canvas-like scene to dark mode. Users can opt for explicit control over the dark or light themes, and the color schemes of the user interface and scenes can be customized by editing specific files. Valentina’s dark mode enhances the visual experience while maintaining the integrity of its functionality.
We often have to translate materials from one language to another to create manuals. Unfortunately, general translation services are not designed to handle technical terminology correctly. This is why we have been tasked with creating a list of the most common words used in our work. This list contains words and expressions in English and their translation into Ukrainian.
Professional terminology is very important as it allows a clear definition of the concept. The suppression of the Ukrainian language and the dominance of Russian-language technical literature have resulted in the loss of specific Ukrainian professional terms. This has resulted in the surdification of the speaker of technical knowledge. Although many terms have similar sounding and therefore can be recovered, there are still cases when terms in Ukrainian and Russian are significantly different and require separate study. In this article we will try to collect Ukrainian equivalents of the Russian terms for the most common and widely used in our activities. This in turn will help us to create better guide materials in the future.
As you may know, we have launched a new website. You are right on it. We can now not only provide you with the latest Valentina version to download, but also support our project by purchasing our products. But we don’t want to stop there, so we want to offer you something else.
When working with Valentina files in general, and measure files in particular, there are times when restrictions, either intentional or due to software limitations, prevent the necessary changes from being made. In these cases, the solution is to edit the files manually.
At first glance, adapting measurements for Valentina doesn’t seem to cause any difficulties. But is it really?